Tembo - Taknuus
City/Town: JHB North
Chairman: Andrew Kayser
Phone: 082 400 5552
Web / Facebook adres: www.tembo.co.za / Tembo Sahunters on Facebook
Welcome to the 2013 hunting season! We trust your rifles are sighted in and you’re ready to go! Please remember to give us feedback on your hunting experience with your personal ratings, likes and dislikes of your hunting venue. Let us know if lady luck brings you a trophy, you can enter it into the annual Forrest Frog Competition to be awarded at the end of the year. Please don’t hesitate to contact us should you have any queries, we are glad to assist anywhere we can.
Tembo has incorporated all the shooting disciplines that SAHGCA has to offer in our monthly shoots so even if you do not hunt and your focus is on sport shooting you can still join in the fun.
We can learn a lot from each other and better our own skills by participatingin the club shoots and meetings and remember there is no substitute for practice, it makes perfect after all.
The next branch meeting will be held on 16/05/2013. Come and listen to the speaker, get some tips and industry info or just catch up with your hunting friends.
As usual it will be held at the Morningside Country Club and starts at 7pm. Please visit our website for contact details, current affairs, dates, classifieds and much more @ www.tembo.co.za
MEMBERS: Please go to the website and check that your details are correct.
If not, contact Chris Adams (email@example.com) it is critical that you receive your emails!
· Monthly Rooikraal shoot is on 25/05/2013 the shoot will cover “Varmint” and“Warthog” tables and a “Skilled” shoot thereafter.
· Shooting days will now occur on the third Saturday of the month, with additional shoots the first Sunday of every second month.
· Dedicated Hunter and a host of other training courses can be arranged through AFTA, they can be contacted via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or via
Cell: +2782 920 7514. Alternatively contact Rod Swanepoel via email or phone email@example.com +2784 652 8022 for any training required.
About 380 game ranchers and wildlife industry stakeholders attended Wildlife Ranching South Africa’s (WRSA) first annual congress from 10 to12 April. This is the first year that WRSA presented a full-scale congress, which industry leaders regard as a springboard to repositioning wildlife ranching in South Africa.
Dry admits that there are many challenges that game farmers have to deal with on a daily basis, hence the need for this congress where invited experts will be sharing their knowledge with game farmers.
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